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Aviation is responsible for more than two percent of all global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Most of this CO2 is emitted when fossil-fuel-derived jet fuel is combusted. Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is a key part of the aviation industry’s plan to reduce carbon emissions.
Malnutrition is still prevalent in the Philippines. Among 12.7 million school-aged children assessed in 2019, 13.2 percent were stunted or wasted. The School-Based Feeding Program is one intervention to address undernutrition of school children.
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Philippines: Temporary Onion Import Plan Expected to Fail

In a yet unpublished memo, the Philippine Department of Agriculture (DA) re-authorized the issuances of sanitary and phytosanitary import permits for up to 21,060 metric tons (MT) of fresh yellow and red onions in a reported effort to stabilize...
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Philippines: Livestock and Poultry Update

FAS Manila forecasts 2023 pork production at 1 million MT, as commercial pork producers plan to raise larger pigs. Pork imports, meanwhile, are forecast at 600,000 MT in response to lower tariffs that have been extended through December 31, 2023.
On December 22, 2022, the Department of Agriculture (DA) issued Memorandum Order 77 (MO 77) for the department to take action to stabilize sugar prices and evaluate the importation of 65,050 metric tons (MT) of refined sugar through the Minimum...
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Philippines: Exporter Guide

The Philippines ranks as the seventh largest market for U.S. agricultural exports and the largest destination for U.S. consumer-oriented products in Southeast Asia.
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Philippines: President Marcos Extends Lowered Tariffs

On December 29, 2022, President Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. signed Executive Order 10, series of 2022, extending lowered 5 percent tariffs for corn imports, 15 percent tariffs for pork imports, and 35 percent tariffs for rice imports through December 31, 2023.
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Philippines: Grain and Feed Update

FAS Manila maintains MY 2022/23 milled rice production at 11.975 million MT, as previously stated conditions such as diminished fertilizer application still hold. FAS Manila estimates rice imports at 3.8 million MT in response to recent trade data. FAS Manila estimates wheat imports at 5.8 million MT because of high prices and industry contacts’ observations that consumers have limited purchasing power.
This report outlines Philippine government requirements for the importation of fishery and seafood products. The report aims to assist U.S. exporters by providing information on labeling, packaging, permitted ingredients, and other relevant information. It also provides points of contact for key Philippine government authorities.
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Philippines: Distilled Spirits Market Brief

The United States is among the top five suppliers of distilled spirits to the Philippines, supplying mostly whiskey. Philippine importation of U.S. distilled spirits in 2021 dropped to $4.6 million, 42 percent lower than the pre-pandemic level.
This report provides guidance on shipping samples of U.S. food, beverage, and other agricultural products to the Philippines.
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Philippines: Non-Alcoholic Beverages Market Brief

The United States is the second largest supplier of non-alcoholic beverages to the Philippines and holds a 12 percent market share. In 2021, U.S. export sales of non-alcoholic beverages reached a record $11.4 million, despite strong competition from within the Philippines and from Asian countries that benefit from zero-tariff trade.